Courtyard By Marriott Portland Airport
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After a year of planning, sending out emails, checking Mapquest multiple times, requesting friends to stay with them.... the time has arrived and I am on my way. Although I will remain in Oregon for a few more days still, I have officially moved out of the place I have been staying in for the past 7 months, and have packed my car to venture out for the next 3 months. One learns quickly what is ...
... showed how babies grow in the first 30 weeks or so. We walked along the other side of river. As we go by one bit there is a large group of homeless playing different types of drums, we didn’t take much notice of it, but it made us think what a norm it is starting to be seeing so many homeless in the States, all wearing and doing all kinds of crazy stuff. We headed back through the market, we stopped at Lovejoy ...
- It's my last night in Oregon and although I'm sad, I'm ready to visit some more states!
- After I left Portland State University, I met up with a friend of mine that lives in Oregon
- She took me to the cutest coffee shop named Stumptown
- It was adorable and had an amazing pumpkin spice latte that was only $3.00
- After we left we visited one of the many parks in the area
- It was a perfect last day in a perfect ...
... made it easy by suggesting we visit this place. We then went for a walk around another food truck area where I had Thai which we ate in a public square. Portland are big on their food trucks.
On the way back we jumped off at a nearby organic food market that Colin had suggested. Well he implied it was nearby but it was miles out of the way. I get the impression this is not a couple who do their shopping at 7/11. The shop had no brands and was steep but we were here now ...
Hood River was our second stop for a brewery refreshment and snacks. Unbeknownst to us, this quaint little town has a rich pioneer past as is reflected in its downtown historic district and also is the self-proclaimed windsurfing capital of the world.
The Big Horse Brew Pub beckoned us from atop the hill in town. Cute place but we must have gotten the only ...